Archetypes In Captain America

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Marvels Captain America civil war the journey of Captain America and other heroes The Avengers are a team of superheroes who try to save the world from major threats. The superheroes on the team are Captain America, Iron man, Black widow, Vision, Falcon, Scarlet Witch, and War machine and there are other heroes in the movie too like Bucky/Winter Soldier, Hawkeye, Spider man, Black Panther, and Ant man/Giant Man. The premise of the movie is what happens when the Avengers get into a disagreement about whether or not to abide by the Sokovia Accords which would make them be under the control of a United Nations panel. They cannot come to agreement or compromise, so they go their separate ways and are no more.The film Captain America Civil War directors, Joe and Anthony Russo, show by using archetypes like the task…show more content…
General Ross from the government said, “For the past four years you have operated with unlimited power … and no supervision. That's an arrangement the governments of the world can no longer tolerate. But I think we have a solution; The Sokovia accords. Approved by 117 countries...it states that the Avengers shall no longer be a private organization. Instead they’ll operate under the supervision of a United Nations panel...only when and if that panel deems it necessary.” Captain America, “The Avengers were formed to make the world a safer place. I feel we’ve done that.” General Ross,“Tell me Captain, do you know where Banner and Thor are right now? If I misplaced a couple of 30 megaton nukes … you can bet there'd be consequences. Compromise. Reassurance. That's how the world works. Believe me this is the middle ground.” War machine says, “So there are contingencies.” General Ross, “Three days from now the UN meets in Vienna to ratify the accords. Talk it over.” Black widow, “And if we come to a decision you don't like?” General Ross, “Then you
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